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Here are the top ten articles for the Cacti and Succulents Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Tips on Growing and Caring for Kalanchoes
Kalanchoes are known for their colorful flowers. They are popular gift plants but what do you do with them after they bloom? Give them some care and they'll treat you to bright flowers and baby plants for years to come.
2. Benefits of Indoor Cacti/Succulents
Houseplants have much to offer. These provide many kinds of benefits to indoor gardeners.
3. Growing Cacti and Succulents Hydroponically
If you love house plants but find watering is inconvenient, consider the hydroculture method. This is also known as hydroponics. This method is suitable for cacti and succulents, especially Christmas cactus, Thanksgiving cactus, and Easter cactus.
4. Succulent Color Changes
Why did your green aloe turn red? There are several reasons why the leaves of succulents change color. Recognizing these changes can help us keep our plants in a healthy environment.
5. Living Stones, Split Rocks, and Baby Toes
Succulents that look like stones or rocks? These fascinating plants are easier to grow that their exotic looks would lead you to believe. Be stingy with water!
6. Calandrinia - Rock Purslane
With its bright magenta flowers swaying atop long flower spikes, the calandrinia is eyecatching. A bonus is that it flowers for many months with very little care.
7. The Paddle Plant
The large round leaves of the paddle plant, which have their flat surface perpendicular to the ground, can add interest to your succulent garden. In the ground or in a container they are a unique accent.
8. The Spring-Blooming Easter Cactus
Some people may confuse the Easter cactus with the Christmas cactus. They require the same sort of care, but they look slightly different.
9. Growing the Common Purslane as a Garden Plant
This article focuses on how to grow the common purslane as a garden plant and its historical uses.
10. Winter Hardy Succulents
The majority of succulents are native to warm areas. Most arenīt winter hardy in USDA zones. But here are some that can be grown in USDA zones 4 or 5.
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